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  1. I thought I stop by and say how much I love you today not once but twice I thought I stop by to let you know how special you have been in my life and how special you are I thought I would stop by today to tell you that I care. I thought I would stop by to tell you that your heart is like goal and in my heart you will always have a place I thought I would stop by I thought I would stop by but no one was there and then I remembered you were out shopping with god I love you so much and I thought you should now until the next time I stop by

  2. Sister, Sister where are you? How I miss our daily bonding, your laughter, you telling me that you wouln’t know what to do without me, your compassion, your humility. Where are you my Big Sister, I cry for you every day. Though I know that you’re in a better place, and have asked me through dreams to stop crying and that you’re o.k., I will forever miss you. You were my mother, my sister, my friend and my confidant. God picked the perfect sister for me and I’m eternally grateful. You and I would do something special today, our mother’s birthday. Your Baby Sister Mary

  3. My condolences to the family of Mrs. Mingo.. From my freshman year up until graduation, Mrs. Mingo was the Librarian at Verbum Dei High School. She was so much more than just her title, when you needed someone to talk to she was great listener, when needed that push of encouragement.. Mrs. Mingo always had the right words. She could sense if something was going wrong in your life and she was always there showing her support. Mrs. Mingo will be missed but never ever forgotten.. She will forever live in the hearts of the many Verbum Dei Gentlemen that she’s seen grow from boys to men and we are thankful that God allowed Mrs. Mingo to enter into our lives. God Bless you Mrs. Mingo. With Love & Respect, -Brenton Brown Verbum Dei High School Class of 2005

  4. Mrs.Mingo you are the first person i saw when i was in the la times and you told me about it. you gave me helping words that i still live by today many yrs after verb…thank you for being a part of my life and everyone else’s at verb love you Mrs.Mingo, Johnny Simmons-class of 06, csuf-10′ Omega Psi Phi

  5. To my Dear Aunt Faith, Words cannot express how I feel right now. I sometimes ask my myself why are all my loved one’s leaving me? I have shed so many tears these last couple of days remembering your laughter, remembering your hugs and most of all your voice. I know you are in a better place where there are no more tears or suffering. I only wish you could be here for those special moments in my life. The moment I graduate with my masters, the moment when I walk down the isle in marriage, the moment when I become a mother. Those are the the special moments I hoped to share with you, but I know you will be there along with my mother and father watching over me. I will cry for you until my tears are gone. I’ll remember your face and etch it in my memories. I will always love and miss you. Love your Niece, Nashuda

  6. My favorite memory of my aunt Faith was her voice and the uncanning way she had of giving everyone a favorite nickname. She called me Noree which had a way of making me feel young and special. Aunt Faith was a decorator of people’s heart, she can tell if you were happy and sad and would say” come on gal look at the bright side” and she would show you what that bright side was. I will always remember that smile and the way she decorated my heart. Till I see you again. I love you; your Noree

  7. I will always remember my aunt Faith for her beautiful smile. She always made me feel loved and she had a way of making everyone feel special. I find comfort knowing that she is smiling down at me from heaven.

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